This free seersucker dishcloth knitting pattern is one of my favorite knitting patterns lately.
Knitted dishcloths add so much character and fun to washing the dishes. I do have a dishwasher but find that not everything fits or gets washed right in the dishwasher. As a military family, we rent our house, so we don’t get to have a top of the line dishwasher.
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When I learned how to knit many years ago, dishcloths were where I started. I spent hours sitting with my mom learning basic knitting skills and creating my very first knitted dishcloths. Since then, my skills have improved, and I’ve loved every step of the journey.
Knitting is something I love doing at night while I’m watching a movie with my kids. It’s relaxing and therapeutic.
I have a few all-time favorite dishcloth knitting patterns, but it seems like each new pattern I try becomes my new favorite. This seersucker stitch dishcloth pattern is quick and easy.
Supplies Needed For The Seersucker Stitch Dishcloth Knitting Pattern:
One skein of cotton yarn, I love Sugar and Cream
Size 7 Knitting needles, I love bamboo knitting needles like these!
K – Knit
P – Purl
CO – Cast On
BO – Bind Off
Free Dishcloth Knitting Pattern:
Row 1: K1 * P1, K1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 2: P1 *K1, P1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 3: P1 * K3, P1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 4: K1 * P3, K1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 5: K1 * P1, K1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 6: P1 * K1, P1 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 7: K1 * K1, P1, K2 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Row 8: P1 * P1, K1, P2 * ( repeat from * to * until the end )
Repeat rows 1-8 Until dishcloth reaches desired length.
Once you get going, it’s very easy to remember the pattern.
These knitted dishcloths make great gifts. Pair them with a handmade soap or some cute kitchen towels for a unique gift.
Do you have a favorite dishcloth knitting pattern? Share it below in the comments.
Written by: Devon